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Baseball finishes home stretch

Eight is not a lucky number. With a 2-2 tie going into the eighth inning, UMass-Boston sent up 12 batters and scored eight runs on a combination of offense and ineptitude, t… Read More...

Softball seniors honored at last home game with a win

Brandeis finished its productive season on a high note earlier this week with three straight wins. Since losing five straight games at the beginning of vacation, Brandeis ha… Read More...

Golf 5th at UAA’s

The Brandeis golf season came to an end in New York, finishing in fifth place at the UAA Championships. The team shot 327 the first day and closed out with 323, giving them a s… Read More...

Senior message

When the class of 2006 graduates three Sundays from now, Brandeis will bid adieu to dozens of skilled athletes.

Good bye Christine Clancy, Amanda DeMartino. Happy trail… Read More...

Tennis season closes

They were undermanned and overmatched heading to Emory University for the UAA Tournament. There was no David defeating Goliath as the tennis seasons for the mens and womens teams … Read More...

This Week in Sports

Baseball
Doug Mientkiewicz and the Boston Red Sox agreed to send the final out ball from the 2004 World Series to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

This past Sunday, San Francisco pitc… Read More...

Dead Man Walking Author Talks with The Hoot

The Nobel and Pulitzer Prize Nominated author of Dead Man Walking, Sister Helen Prejean, took some time after her speech on the Brandeis Institute of Investigative Jour… Read More...

Nuclear potatoes are the only answer

Are you afraid of the real world? I mean the world outside of the sheltered college environment? Are you even sure it exists in the first place? If you arent, then youre probably … Read More...

Death never sounded so fun

Fun;

its a word that elicits memories of joyous occasions, be they some uproarious party whose hangover passed months ago or even a nice day on the town. While one can hopefully … Read More...

In the forest of our Creator

I. A Wretch Like Me

Imagine a nice Jewish boy finishing his second year at Brandeis University. Since starting, hes become connected as never before with his people and his roo… Read More...

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